CleanWave Sanitizing Wand Clean Up Your Act


Recently they found traces of the Black Death – that’s right, the bubonic plague – all over New York’s subway system.

 This wasn’t some failed terrorist attempt, and this wasn’t in tiny cracks far from public spaces; this was where people were putting their hands every day. Food for thought isn’t it? Hong Kong has a lot of things going for it, but hygiene is often not one of them, hence our many near misses with potential human race-ending epidemics.

You can reduce your risks of being a statistic with the wave of a hand. The Cleanwave Sanitizing Wand is a cool little device that can sit on your desk or in a drawer. It uses UV light to kill up to 99.9% of germs, allergens, and odor-causing bacteria – perfect when you’re just back from that nearly all female spin class. The wand uses the same UV-C light technology that is used to sanitise hospital equipment, and means you can cut down on chemicals like bleach. It’s not going to stop the next big epidemic, and it’s not going to protect you when you’re out and about, but it might mean the difference between being a statistic, and ruling over post-apocalyptic Hong Kong from your Victoria Peak harem.

Think of it as a lightsaber against H1N1.

 CleanWave Sanitizing Wand
From US$99.95


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